Grant Green

"Alone Together" is a song composed by Arthur Schwartz with lyrics by Howard Dietz. It was introduced in the Broadway musical Flying Colors in 1932 by Jean Sargent.
The song soon became a hit, with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra's 1932 recording being the first to reach the charts. It is the most popular of Schwartz and Dietz's collaborations and has become a jazz standard. The first jazz artist to record the song was Artie Shaw in 1939.[1]
Green Street is an album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded and released on the Blue Note label in 1961.[1] The CD reissue features two alternate takes from the same session as bonus tracks.

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"Σκίσε με Kαράφλα"

Marcus Miller

The Sun Don't Lie is an album by Marcus Miller, released in 1993, belonging to the jazz rock genre.
The album was dedicated to Miles Davis.

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Σταμάτης Κραουνάκης

"Πάμε στον Άδωνι Για Φραπέ"

Mario Biondi

"Shine on"
Album: "Sun" (2013)


"The Show" is the debut single by Australian singer/songwriter Lenka and produced by Stuart Brawley, that was released in December 2008 - June 2009. The song is featured on her eponymous debut album Lenka, released in 2008. It was featured as the soundtrack for an Old Navy commercial as well as an Ugly Betty season 3 promo, the film Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging; the 2009 Spring Campaign of the Polish TV station TVN, a commercial for a Malaysian telecommunications company called TM in 2009, in a 2010 commercial for French insurance GMF, and was promoted as an iTunes Free Single of the Week. Samples from the song are featured on DFS Sofa commercials in the UK. The song was also anachronistically covered by Kerris Dorsey in the movie Moneyball (set in 2002) and appears on its soundtrack.

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"Lovin You"
Album: "A Piece Of My Heart" (2004)

Tony O'Malley

"When Your Love Has Gone"

Parte Ta Arxidia Mou


"Angel of Mine" is an R&B ballad written by Rhett Lawrence and Travon Potts, produced by Rhett Lawrence for British R&B girl group Eternal's Greatest Hits album in 1997. The song became the group's fourteenth top ten hit on the UK singles chart peaking at #4 and spent a total of 13 weeks in the chart, helping their Greatest Hits album go three times platinum.[2] "Angel of Mine" was the group's final single as a three-piece as after the release of Angel of Mine, Kéllé Bryan left the group.

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 "All This Love"
Album: "New York Undercover: A Night at Natalie's" (1998) 

LL Cool J

"Ain't Nobody" is a 1983 hit single by Rufus & Chaka Khan. It was released as a studio bonus track on the band's live album Stompin' at the Savoy. It reached number one on the U.S. R&B chart and twenty-two on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.[1] It has become one of Khan's signature songs.
Rufus keyboardist David "Hawk" Wolinski wrote the song around a repeating synthesizer loop backed by a Linn LM-1 Drum Computer. However, drummer John J.R. Robinson played real drums for the recording session. Legendary producer Quincy Jones (who had previously worked with Rufus) wanted Wolinski to give "Ain't Nobody" to Michael Jackson for the album that would become the blockbuster Thriller, but Wolinski had already promised it to producer Russ Titelman, who ultimately had the band record it as a vocal showcase for Khan.[citation needed]
The song was also included in the soundtrack of the movie Breakin'.[2]

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